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Posted on 15 de junho de 2024, 06:50 PM by johnmcclaran johnmcclaran | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Halbzeit 😊

Guten Abend zusammen,

der heutige Tag markiert die Hälfte der Juni-Challenge. Stand jetzt sind in den letzten 15 Tagen sagenhafte 479 Beobachtungen im Botanischen Garten eingetragen worden. Das ist absolut fantastisch!!! 🎉🎆🎊 Ich bin von der Beteiligung tatsächlich ein wenig überwältigt.

Ich möchte heute aber auch nutzen, um denjenigen zu danken, die sich als Bestimmer am Projekt beteiligen. Ohne euer Engagement wäre der Wettbewerb nicht möglich 👍

Ganz besonders he...

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Posted on 15 de junho de 2024, 06:06 PM by mreitz mreitz | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Malva nicaeensis (Bull Mallow) - Variation in size within a county park

On May 26, 2024, I noticed several Malva nicaeensis plants of very different sizes. The smallest one was no bigger than the palm of my hand (in breadth and height). The largest one was waist high (approx. 35 inches). Very interesting! Especially in light of the fact that Jepson eFlora states that M. nicaeensis only grows to 2-6 dm (23.6 in) tall.

See the original journal posting for details:

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Posted on 15 de junho de 2024, 02:22 PM by truthseqr truthseqr | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Ammianus junodi (Distant 1904)

Original description and illustration in:
Distant, W. L. 1904. On South African Tingidae and other heteropterous Rynchota. Transactions of the South African Philosophical Society 4.
https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/36985801#page/459/mode/1up
Umber-brown; head immersed to eyes, which are black and almost touch the anterior margin of the pronotal hood; antennae w...

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Posted on 15 de junho de 2024, 01:59 PM by traianbertau traianbertau | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

苗栗縣生態綜合專案實驗

探究綜合專案如何運作(2024.06.15)

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Posted on 15 de junho de 2024, 01:47 PM by liushengyu liushengyu | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Fri 14 Jun 2024 Butterflying

Pincushion Mountain Trail System - Cook Co. Minnesota
1.8 mi; 1 hr, 42 min

1 Canadian Tiger Swallowtail
3 Hobomok Skipper
10 Indian Skipper
1 Silvery Checkerspot
1 Tawny Crescent
1 Macoun's Arctic

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Posted on 15 de junho de 2024, 12:46 PM by rajanrao rajanrao | 6 observações | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Конкурс-2024 начался!

Уважаемые коллеги и друзья (@a_kornilov864, @annechka_sorokina, @atachkin, @denis_lamzov,

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Posted on 15 de junho de 2024, 07:33 AM by hapugin88 hapugin88

3 neu

Campanula rapunculoides - Acker-Glockenblume
Bromus erectus - Aufrechte Trespe
Vicia sativa - Futterwicke

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Posted on 15 de junho de 2024, 07:29 AM by mondseeirrsee mondseeirrsee | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Observation Reflection Post

Since I have returned home for summer break, I had not been to the beaches near mt house yet. Thus, I decided to take a long roundabout walking trip to all three beaches this morning. The tide was medium to high, so I couldn't go far on the middle beach in between Iver's and the hotel nor did I had the chance to check out under the rocks for live crabs and sorts. However, I did finds lots of plants and dead crabs remains as well as birds imported from ebird, which the list can be found u...

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Posted on 15 de junho de 2024, 06:00 AM by theresephillips theresephillips | 28 observações | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

The Tao of Finding Andrena and most other Ground Nesting Bees in the PNW

As with so many things there can be an element of knowing where to look if it only eats this or that. And then there is knowing when their their favorite is on bloom unless they love them all...

But it isn't that simple there is an addendum to when, it must be sunny and warm. These little lovelies don't fly well in the rain, and walking home is out of the question so they tend to stay home when it is cloudy and threatening rain even if things are otherwise fine I think I read som...

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Posted on 15 de junho de 2024, 05:34 AM by little_mousie little_mousie | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Camp Pine Woods walk part 2

Today I decided to walk around (30 minutes) in the same woods I walked as last week (Camp Pine woods). It was a very warm and sunny day, again thankfully the trees covered me with shade so it was cooler. I recognized several things on this trail in terms of how each plant or animal interacted with one another. One of the things I've noticed is how fungi grows on dead logs and their type of interaction is deviatory. The fungi benefit by breaking down the dead organic matter for nutrients,...

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 11:21 PM by izielinski izielinski | 6 observações | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

My thoughts on Ribes hudsonianum varieties


This journal post is to respond to the comment under this post: "I see iNat recognizes the mentioned (FNA) variations, what are your thoughts on splitting the species?"

(The question is in regards to whether or not to follow the practice of recognizing the western US Ribes petiolare as either a distinct species or distinct variety apart from the closely related R. hu...

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 10:46 PM by w-pearce-plants w-pearce-plants | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Prairie Travels - Nebraska, The Dakotas, and Wyoming

I love the Great Plains. I grew up on them in rural Elbert County, southeast of the Denver metro area where the ponderosa pines mark the transition between the Rocky Mountains and the prairie. Then I continued to live in them as a student in Laramie, Wyoming where I studied biology and environmental science. And then after graduation my first ecology related job was as a field technician in North Dakota, dragging for ticks, collecting mosquitos, and documenting plant diversity in the mix...

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 09:36 PM by mhughes26 mhughes26 | 41 observações | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Floras and Resources

Hi everyone,

Here are some links on where to get floras in the region that some might find useful.

Utah Flora can be purchased from BYU here: https://lsm.byu.edu/. Go to the bottom of the page under helpful links and click books for sale.

If you got some money to burn or looking for a well illustrated set that covers the Intermountain region, try The Intermountain Flora:

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 09:25 PM by mugiwara_kris mugiwara_kris | 2 comentários | Deixar um comentário

See Norway Maples? Map them

Hi Folks!

Thanks as always for posting on Inaturalist. This database grows more important and useful with each post.

We only have about two dozen Norway Maples mapped on this project-- can we find more?

Our crew is out and dealing with Norway Maples this summer, either by cutting down and uprooting the small trees, or by cutting the low lying branches on the taller trees.

If you see some out there, posting them here will help us decide on areas to target...

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 08:20 PM by vcpa_stewardship vcpa_stewardship | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Spring Fed Water Trough

While out exploring farm fields, we came across this Spring-fed watering trough. A very interesting find with a mix of interesting biology.

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 08:06 PM by barndovilla barndovilla | 1 observação | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

What to do when you have no idea what kind of critter it is

If you're unsure what kind of insect or other critter you've observed, you can search and ID as 'Arthropods,' 'Insects,' 'Spiders' or a similar large group (everything you identify within the group 'Arthropods' shows up in the project). If you don't add any identification, the observation won't show up in the class project. If you ID something as belonging to 'Insects' or 'Arthropods' I can help you figure out what it might be!

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 06:50 PM by brendanhunt brendanhunt | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

End of Day Screenshots

At the end of each of the 4 days of the NRMBCs, screenshots are taken of the Observations, Species and Observers. They can be found on the NRMBC Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100083568962117

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 06:46 PM by quovadis quovadis | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Gehölz-Protokoll

Spezies Standort Untersuchungsintensität (1-3) Modus

14.06.24

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 05:41 PM by sascha_n sascha_n | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Una Expedición de LímitesVida extraordinaria.

Gracias a los expedicionarios del CEIP CRA CAMPOS DE GÓMARA - GÓMARA (SORIA) y a su profesora Raquel por el día tan emocionante.
Una de las expediciones más interesantes llenas de Vida.
Hemos realizado un recuento enorme de especies, hemos aprendido a identificarlas y lo más importante, gracias al Ayuntamiento de Ciria y su alcaldesa Emilia Isabel Aranda Gómez y al Ayuntamiento de Borobia y su alcalde José Javier Gómez Pardo estaremos en contacto con los nuevos expedicionarios p...

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 05:41 PM by soldelaquadrasalcedo soldelaquadrasalcedo | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Birds, Seeds, and Baby Partridge Pea Plants with the MN SEED Project!

The MN SEED Project has been busy this spring potting up Partridge Pea Seeds, packing seeds with UMN CCEL students, creating bird specific plant packs thanks to a National Audubon Society grant, and sharing seeds at all our neighborhood events! You should also find MN SEED Project seeds available at local seed libraries and from our community partners as our network grows.
We hope you’ve been making use of iNaturalist to track your native plant communities. Remember all of your ob...

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 04:58 PM by dmlamm dmlamm | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Journal Revision

6/14 Galveston, TX

I went for a walk through my neighborhood today, from roughly 10:30 to 11:10. I immediately noticed some moss on one of the trees, which looked similar to lichens I had seen. After looking into it, it turns out this was something known as cartilage lichen. Further into my walk, I saw a patch of dirt with a few different kinds of mushrooms. I was not 100% sure what they were down to the exact species, but I am certain that I saw a variety of inkcap and a variety...

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 04:18 PM by nzompa nzompa | 6 observações | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

14th day of #30DaysWild!

Today is the 14th day of #30DaysWild! Annual challenge from the UK Wildlife Trusts.

Brief look around Bushy Ruff Park again. Saw a large wasp feeding, a butterfly, a damselfly (not photographed), and some more usual insects. I observed my first Spittlebug and saw a Ground Hopper that looked like it was wearing armour.

New species I saw today;

  • yet to be ID'd Spittlebug
  • yet to be ID'd Ground Hopper, Genus Tetrix
  • German Yellowjacket (Vespula ger...

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 04:15 PM by happybird44 happybird44 | 5 observações | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Новые цели

Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 04:13 PM by marina_gorbunova marina_gorbunova | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Striped and yellow-ish UK Isotomidae

I know of four* UK species in the family Isotomidae which fit a similar description: they are roughly yellow-ish as the base colour and then have at least one dark longitudinal stripe running the whole length of the abdomen. There are four species which match this description and are listed on the NBN Atlas. They are:

  1. Isotoma riparia
  2. Isotomurus palu...

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 03:38 PM by josscarr josscarr | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Pre-summer Update - 14/06/2024

I felt like monthly updates were a bit pointless considering how few people are in the project, but thought I'd just do the odd one 😂. I think naturally this is a good time as the coarse season starts on Sunday.

Just a few things to bring up in this update really:

  1. Even though there aren't many of us, it's amazing how big of a contribution our records make because of the crazy fact that no one really bothers to record fish. For example, there were 75 brown trout reco...

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 03:34 PM by justinschoon17 justinschoon17 | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Genus Sciobia Descriptions (In the Work) Last Update 15/6/2024

Genus Sciobia Descriptions

Subgenus Sciobia

Sciobia (Sciobia) algirica (Gogorza, 1881)

Distribution: Algeria
Type Locality: Africa, Northern Africa, Algeria, Beni Mansour speciesfile.org

Original description:
Male ♂

Color amarillo pálido: cabeza proporcio...

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 02:48 PM by guilhermeramos guilhermeramos | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

Upcoming moth nights - and an irruption of Pyraustas?

I wanted to make sure everyone is aware of these upcoming public moth nights around the state:

Saturday, June 15 - Ruby Grant Park in Norman
Saturday, June 22 - Oxley Nature Center in Tulsa
Saturday, July 27 - Lake Wister State Park in southeast Oklahoma

Each moth night will begin around 9 pm.
If you have any questions about details of locations, please reach out to me.

2024 Irruption?

Most people know the word "irruption" (or more often "eru...

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 02:46 PM by zdufran zdufran | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

13 Species Found along Grohman Creek Road

Things are quickly drying up, but there was a rivulet of water running in the roadside ditch, and that generated some butterfly activity. Spreading Dogbane is only now coming into bloom and that attracts butterflies.

On the wing were Northern Crescents, Lorquin's Admirals, a Pale and Western Tiger Swallowtail, a Mourning Cloak, a Two-banded Checkered Skipper, Dreamy and Pacuvius Duskywings, Asher's, Western Tailed and Boisduval's Blues, a Milbert's Tortoiseshell, a Common Ring...

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Posted on 14 de junho de 2024, 02:31 PM by paul_prappas1 paul_prappas1 | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário
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